The 2011 Nominet Internet Awards are looking for examples of great Internet projects. This year’s awards are in partnership with Nominet Trust, which supports UK Internet initiatives that contribute to a safe and accessible Internet, used to improve lives and communities.
Entries are open until 28 April so you still have plenty of time! Entering the Awards is easy and can be done by registering your details. All you need to do is choose the category which fits your initiative best and complete the online application form. You can save your application and come back to it at any point.
The Nominet Internet Awards is an annual competition which is aimed at UK individuals and organisations who are helping to make the Internet a secure, open, accessible and diverse experience for everyone who uses it. These awards celebrate great UK Internet projects by recognising achievement and innovation.
Building on the success of the past four years, we will recognise those organisations, groups and individuals who have embraced the challenge of making the Internet a secure, open, accessible and diverse experience. Winners will be promoted in the UK and internationally as examples of best practice. Supporters of the Nominet Internet Awards include MPs, industry leaders, civil institutions, businesses, public sector and academia.
The Nominet Internet Awards are aimed at UK companies, charities, individuals and other public and private sector organisations who are making a difference on, or through the Internet.